Maybe the 1st partition is what you have your apps linked to, and the 2nd is where your data is. In that case, stock Android ROMs wouldnt be able to access the data partition.In my sdcard i ' ve 2 partition. 1 for the applications linked and 1 for data.
With Your help now the Partition with applications work and is visible by android system, while the second is not visible by android. If i open file manager of twrp, it see the partition with the data, files, everýthing. But if i start phone normally the partition of data is invisible, like it Was not inserted
Can you take a picture of it with another phone?I think there is a problem in the script.
My phone has 64gb of intern memory.
Have AN sdcard of 256gb partitioned in one partition of 56gb for applications and one of 200 for data.
But if i look in android, it Was like intern memory of 28gb.
I can' t install anything and i can't make screenshot, because it says there isn't enough space
So you are out of space even without the SD card? If that's the case, then only a firmware/ROM reflash or factory data reset will fix it.
Thanks, Will try Aparted!@YK RAJ: The "SDcard" partition is first, and sdext2 is 2nd. So, assuming your MicroSD is formatted this way (and it should be this way, due to how stock Android firmwares only natively mounts the 1st primary partition that has a compatible filesystem), then you will need to delete 2nd partition, increase size of 1st partition, then recreate 2nd partition as something being smaller than what it is now.
If you currently have apps linked to sdext2, you should unlink or uninstall them before proceeding.
You can do this in Windows with something like MiniTool free edition. Or in Linux, it has numerous partitioning programs. You can also do it on the phone with Apps2SD or AParted (although I think Apps2SD's inbuilt partitioner isn't so flexible, and will force you to format the entire card). I personally recommend AParted for this, just be careful not to delete what you wish to keep.